This post is a continuation of our series about including organ meats in your diet. Be sure to see the rest of the series here.
For this edition of All About Offal, I thought it would be fun to take a look at some of the ways other bloggers are including organ meats in their diet. I’m sharing a few recipes below that I’ve come across and thought would be delicious ways to keep eating those organ meats.
Something we haven’t talked about yet in our series is including chicken gizzards, so when I saw this recipe from Set Free, I just knew I had to share it with you. I have a whole bag of chicken gizzards in my freezer and I think this Slow Cooker Chicken Gizzards recipe might be just the way to use them up!
I have to say I never would have thought about including raw liver in a smoothie. But that’s exactly what Debbie over at Easy Natural Food has done with her Raw Liver Smoothie recipe. This actually does seem like an easy, unnoticeable way to consume beef liver.
You’ll want to be sure to check out KerryAnn’s Secret About Liver over at Cooking Traditional Foods. I love her helpful tips about consistently including small amounts of liver in your diet.
Sarah over at Nourished and Nurtured has an unusual, but delicious looking recipe: Bacon and Liver Spaghetti Squash with Capers. How can liver not taste good when combined with bacon, spaghetti squash, and capers? They’re all some of my favorite foods (just be careful with that spaghetti squash!).
This Crispy Lemon Liver recipe from Jan’s Sushi Bar looks quite tasty. I love the idea of fresh lemon combined with liver. Yum!
What’s your favorite way to prepare organ meats? If you have any recipes or ideas to contribute, please share them below in the comments!